Patrick Hampton, an area youth pastor, speaks to media in front of the CGAT (Citizens For Government Accountability And Transparency) campaign headquarters about their efforts to sway Chattanooga residents to vote against the "Domestic Partnership" ordinance in the Aug. 8 election.
Patrick Hampton, an area youth pastor, speaks to media in front of the CGAT (Citizens For Government Accountability And Transparency) campaign headquarters about their efforts to sway Chattanooga residents to vote against the "Domestic Partnership" ordinance in the Aug. 8 election.
published Thursday, April 17th, 2014
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